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Chest pain. Chest x-ray normal. What could it be?

Hello, I have been having chest pain in my middle right chest for over a year now. I have had a chest xray as well as a full cardio workup such as stress test nucelar stress test and a ct scan of my heart... everything came back normal, but the pain is presistant and does not worsen or get any better. I was wondering what this could possibly be. The location is middle pectorial and radiates from the middle of the pec to the center of my chest.
Asked On : Fri, 1 Feb 2013
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It is advisable to undergo routine cardiac check up once in six months.
What is your age? Any family history?
If the tests done are recent, then do not bother much. It must be musculoskeletal (muscle and bone)origin. In that case usually it will subside with pain killers.
All the best.
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